University Bans Anti-Islam Film

Sep 21, 2012 Full story: The Huffington Post 335

The state-run University of the Philippines is stopping students from showing an anti-Muslim video that has sparked violent protests around the globe.

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“M.A....Rise”

Since: Jan 12

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#346 Oct 8, 2012
Andre3000 wrote:
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You would fail as a donkey in a circus. What makes you think that you would be another Hitler. Your mothers moustache?
No your wife's vagina moustache makes me think so LOL

get a razor for mstiiii ggggaaaal and have shave
Khaled

Lake Forest, CA

#349 Oct 8, 2012
Where Is My America wrote:
<quoted text>I have read some stupid sh!t before but this post takes the cake and the icing.
I know it sound unrealistic... but you can check it yourself... the israeli program... the key word is "hasbarat"... come back to me later when you check it and apologize.

“O'er the land of the free ? ”

Since: Jan 09

Don't Tread On Me

#350 Oct 8, 2012
Khaled wrote:
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I know it sound unrealistic... but you can check it yourself... the israeli program... the key word is "hasbarat"... come back to me later when you check it and apologize.
Your either paranoid or full of sh!t.

I will check off both boxes.

I do not believe in god and I post on Topix.

By your definition I am getting paid by the Israeli government.

Where the F**K is my check ?
Khaled

Lake Forest, CA

#351 Oct 8, 2012
Where Is My America wrote:
<quoted text>Your either paranoid or full of sh!t.
I will check off both boxes.
I do not believe in god and I post on Topix.
By your definition I am getting paid by the Israeli government.
Where the F**K is my check ?
Who said that you are paid by the Israeli government... I said most of the atheists in here... I did not say all atheist in here... so if you feel you are disruptive and deceitful then you should change your way... otherwise you can be argumentative with the posters that disagree with you..without being "a la solde" of the Sionists...
lol

Italy

#352 Oct 8, 2012
lol
Kiwi Thumper

Australia

#353 Oct 8, 2012
Top Ranked Islamic Site Calls for the Final Jihad!

While we Western non-Muslims are arguing amongst ourselves, as to whether there really is an Islamic threat, Muslims are uniting against us. Today the top ranked Islamic site Khalifah Institute, put out the call for the final jihad. The site had 184,800 visitors recorded today. They call it the final jihad, because the Western and Islamic worlds, have been down this road before.

I have been warning people to this threat for years, and others have been doing the same for decades now. The end result is that many have woken up, but we still have not found our collective spine to fight this threat. The best most non-Muslims are doing is completely ignoring the problem, catering to Islam, or calling those that do speak out “racists”. Islam is not race, and calling me a racist does not make the problem go away. It is much more than religion, it is a supremacist ideology that calls for the dominance of non-Muslims.

009.029
YUSUFALI: Fight those who believe not in Allah nor the Last Day, nor hold that forbidden which hath been forbidden by Allah and His Messenger, nor acknowledge the religion of Truth,(even if they are) of the People of the Book, until they pay the Jizya with willing submission, and feel themselves subdued.

http://loganswarning.com/2010/04/18/top-ranke...
Kiwi Thumper

Australia

#354 Oct 8, 2012
Muslim Brotherhood groups like CAIR are actively working to disarm the NYPD (and all counter terrrorism agencies) as jihadists across the world set the sights on the most desirable target in the world, the capital of the West. Manhattan.

'Al Qaeda: Coming soon again in New York':
Mock movie poster warning of new terror plot sparks FBI investigation after it's discovered online By Daily Mail Reporter (hat tip David W)
Authorities are trying to identify the source of what appears to be a mock movie poster warning that Al Qaeda wants to come back to New York City. The New York Police Department and the FBI discovered the graphic on the internet on Monday. It features a photo of the city at sunset with 'Al Qaeda' in bold type followed by 'Coming Soon Again in New York'.
oth the FBI and the NYPD said investigators have found no evidence so far that the posting represents a credible threat against New Yorkers.
The graphic was seen on several Arabic-language websites, including gulfup.com , according to NYPD spokesman Paul Browne.

Browne said is was posted in the 'artwork and design' section.

It has since spread to numerous extremist forums.

The NYPD wrote in a press alert its Intelligence Division's cyber unit is investigating the origin and significance of the graphic.'Until more is learned about their origin, we take all threats against New York City seriously,' read the statement.

An FBI spokesman said agents are also investigating. Read the rest.

http://atlasshrugs2000.typepad.com/atlas_shru...
dog spelled backwards

Heinsberg, Germany

#355 Oct 9, 2012
Muslimamomma wrote:
<quoted text> it's still not my place to judge. Different strokes for different folks.
Well, if you see it that way, everything can be justified - even statements which in themselves are contradictory.
You are stealing your own thunder.
Just step back and read and see. Easy - and not mean!
dog spelled backwards

Heinsberg, Germany

#356 Oct 9, 2012
Khaled wrote:
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I am glad you are not giving a speech... or I will say don't waste your saliva...Most of the posters who pretend to be atheists... are not interrested on fighting human right abuses in the world... they are paid by Israel to just bash Islam and moslems...It's their job...so let them bark and disrupt... they are not interrested in rational discussions...
You expect somebody to score a goal while your high cross was behind the goal line.
dog spelled backwards

Heinsberg, Germany

#357 Oct 9, 2012
AntididonAi wrote:
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.. first,, among the posters here who claim being atheists (just for a reason they know),, your posts are different,, you sound you have reasons for what you believe in,, and it is respecable that you do not pretend,
... well,, of all books, you picked a Chomeneii´s ?????,
.. if you are not aware,, please notice that this person was a leader of a group of about 100 millions Shiate followers (mostly Iran)compared to more than one billion of Sunni muslims who ALL beleive this person is against Islam, and seen as an anti-islam,,
your quoting of his book does not make a point,
.. and sticking children abuse to Islam is not more than a propaganda,,
spotting a "worst case" incidents from muslim societies and magnifying those incidents to look like a phenomena is what the media machine in the West have been doing,,
.. have you been to societies in Asia, Africa, South America which are not muslims (subcontinent of India ?,, Congo Republic, Angola, Nigeria,.., Puro, Mexico,,,etc),, has the media machine in the West focused on how women and children are being abused in a scale much more than it is in muslim societies ?,, NO,, why ,, ask politics,,, Human Rights is being a card played,, against China ,, Russia,, and muslims,, but it is blind when there is no interest
If you were to read my post thoughtfully, you would recognize that I am not pointing at the Islam explicitly.
All I want to do is to take up the cudgels for innocently accused people.
I think that nobody denies that there was (and most likely still is) child abuse by certain Catholics and/or Protestants. But is it correct to vilify everybody who is a Christian priest or chaplain or whatsoever?
Nobody tries to blandish these proceeds of crime.
You also should not try to sugarcoat what finally tastes bitter!
For the abused child it doesn´t matter whether that dirty hand belongs to a Christian, a Muslim, an Atheist or whatsoever!
One single abuse is one single abuse too much!
If we all did our homeworks instead of accusing each other there would be results for those who are in real need.
All religions have plenty of skeletons in their closets. Your Islam is certainly no exception!
I think we don´t have to talk about the roles of the female in paternalistic societies?

And the number of 100 million should not be played down!
Again it makes no difference to the victims whether the perpetrator belongs to the Shiites or Sunnites.

We should focus on preventing such crimes instead of passing the buck.

I agree with your statement that the western media keeps on magnifying the "worst-cases" of misconducts in the Islamic world. Some more than justified. Others less and again others not at all.
These are not only used against the Muslims but also against its own people. That it is used against the own people only comes in mind of the minority. Both too bad.
I think that the covert World War III has been going on since the end of World War II and this is the war between the Western allies against the Islamic world. It is surely not about religion. Just scratch a bit and look where the money is hidden and you will find the reason(s).

Yet I doubt that religions are beneficial to this world.
Do you find the Status Quo of this world noble? Do you find it noble how people treat ech other? Within the past centuries could a religion do something about it?
Well, the proponents of religions keep on saying that everything would have been -and be- worse without religion. But that is just pure propagande and cannot be proven.
All we see is that under the banner of various religions numerous people have been killed. Children and infants, fathers and mothers, yound and old.
You say that the "Holy Books" have been misinterpreted!?
Now, do we need such books which can be misinterpreted while the misinterpretations of these has led to uncountable victims and not healing sufferings.

“kill 'em with kindness......”

Since: Apr 11

Ontario

#358 Oct 9, 2012
dog spelled backwards wrote:
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Well, if you see it that way, everything can be justified - even statements which in themselves are contradictory.
You are stealing your own thunder.
Just step back and read and see. Easy - and not mean!
I was truly not trying to be judgemental. I really honestly don't care how others choose to believe. I'm a strong believer in the fact that forced belief or having someone sell their religion to you just doesn't work.

I am sorry if you misunderstood me. These are tenets I hold true. I've said many times, if Islam is right, everyone else will pay on Judgement day, if Christianity is right, everyone else will pay on judgment day and if L.Ron Hubbard is right......well, we're all screwed......:P

Have a nice day.
dog spelled backwards

Altötting, Germany

#359 Oct 9, 2012
Muslimamomma wrote:
<quoted text> I was truly not trying to be judgemental. I really honestly don't care how others choose to believe. I'm a strong believer in the fact that forced belief or having someone sell their religion to you just doesn't work.
I am sorry if you misunderstood me. These are tenets I hold true. I've said many times, if Islam is right, everyone else will pay on Judgement day, if Christianity is right, everyone else will pay on judgment day and if L.Ron Hubbard is right......well, we're all screwed......:P
Have a nice day.
I agree to you that "true religion" can only be something that ou experience. That you feel. Like an inner spark. Difficult to say. But it definetely is not something you hear or read. Agreement of the heart and brain are two very different animals.
And if this "inner spark" is religion or needs religion is at least doubtful.
All religions seem to have one thought in common: the Golden Rule. And if we were all to internalize this simple thought, no religions were needed at all. Even the various judgement days would loose their threats and vanish.

We should despise those who either keep on forcing their doubts onto others as well as those who keep on claiming that their belief is the ultimate one. Everbody´s freedom ends where it cuts the freedom of the neighbour. Also in theological matters.

Almost all of us were born into a religion and "inherited" their parent´s belief. Most of these "believers" keep their faith throughout their lives and many of them claim that their belief is the only true one. I am absolutely sure that if they had found themselves in another cradle with parents of another belief, they would have claimed the same - only with different accidentals. Isn´t this to relativize everything about religion?
Some turn their backs towards their "inborn" religion and choose another with which they can identify themselves better,(Not all organized religions allow their members to leave and some threaten and punish severely!)
Others turn their backs completely towards organized religions. This must not consequently mean that they are atheists or non-believers!
Many of those people who finally face away from organized religions mostly do so after an often longer thinking process. Not seldom these people have disputed much deeper with theological thoughts than those who just keep their "inborn" confessions.
Somehow I like to say that most breakaways do so because of thinking, while others mostly keep their faith because of not thinking.

I at least need to examine the food that I am supposed to chew and swallow. This approach is the precondition to either fully enjoy my meal in case that it appeals to my taste - or to reject it before I might have to throw up.

But enough talking now.(Wasn´t the issue another one?)
I hope I didn´t get you bored.
Let me wish you a nice evening.

“kill 'em with kindness......”

Since: Apr 11

Ontario

#360 Oct 9, 2012
dog spelled backwards wrote:
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I agree to you that "true religion" can only be something that ou experience. That you feel. Like an inner spark. Difficult to say. But it definetely is not something you hear or read. Agreement of the heart and brain are two very different animals.
And if this "inner spark" is religion or needs religion is at least doubtful.
All religions seem to have one thought in common: the Golden Rule. And if we were all to internalize this simple thought, no religions were needed at all. Even the various judgement days would loose their threats and vanish.
We should despise those who either keep on forcing their doubts onto others as well as those who keep on claiming that their belief is the ultimate one. Everbody´s freedom ends where it cuts the freedom of the neighbour. Also in theological matters.
Almost all of us were born into a religion and "inherited" their parent´s belief. Most of these "believers" keep their faith throughout their lives and many of them claim that their belief is the only true one. I am absolutely sure that if they had found themselves in another cradle with parents of another belief, they would have claimed the same - only with different accidentals. Isn´t this to relativize everything about religion?
Some turn their backs towards their "inborn" religion and choose another with which they can identify themselves better,(Not all organized religions allow their members to leave and some threaten and punish severely!)
Others turn their backs completely towards organized religions. This must not consequently mean that they are atheists or non-believers!
Many of those people who finally face away from organized religions mostly do so after an often longer thinking process. Not seldom these people have disputed much deeper with theological thoughts than those who just keep their "inborn" confessions.
Somehow I like to say that most breakaways do so because of thinking, while others mostly keep their faith because of not thinking.
I at least need to examine the food that I am supposed to chew and swallow. This approach is the precondition to either fully enjoy my meal in case that it appeals to my taste - or to reject it before I might have to throw up.
But enough talking now.(Wasn´t the issue another one?)
I hope I didn´t get you bored.
Let me wish you a nice evening.
Thank you very much for the nice evening wish, same to you. It's mid afternoon here in Canada though.

I agree with most of what you said. I have not 'inherited' my relgiion either. My parents were Christian. This choice I made was of my own volition after my own research led me to it. My own research has led me down many paths in my life. Who's to say this is the final one. I hope it is, I wouldn't have chosen it else, but if it's not -- then so be it.

That's why I don't judge.

I am still formatting my opinion.
dognes

Pittsburgh, PA

#361 Nov 26, 2012
youtube.com/watch... … about Time That anti-Muslim film was banned it was ignorant
and I watch some and it was terrible,,even the Director of the Film was arrested.
amc

San Juan, Philippines

#362 Nov 26, 2012
dognes wrote:
youtube.com/watch?v=gbFa91vDc2 4&feature=plcp … about Time That anti-Muslim film was banned it was ignorant
and I watch some and it was terrible,,even the Director of the Film was arrested.
the banning and the arrest are both crimes against freedom.

unless you prefer to be under the thumb of nazism or marxism or communism?
take your pick.

muslims are openly against christians and no one complains, so why is it unacceptable for christians to be against islam?

i am neither, so i sit outside the arena and laugh at you all for your beliefs.

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